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US Air Force challenges EPA’s emergency order on PFAS cleanup at Tucson Superfund Site

Military contests EPA’s jurisdiction and urgency of PFAS threats at Tucson site.

AZ Supreme Court: State not responsible for TUSD desegregation expenses

The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday that the state does not have to reimburse Pima County for taxes levied for Tucson Unified’s programs stemming from its decades-long desegregation case.

Monsoon brings mixed emotions for road workers

The staff is on-call 24-hours a day.

Historic homes near University of Arizona relocating

Developer Capstone Communities gave Joel Ireland, a resident of the West University neighborhood, the historic homes to be placed on a plot of land he owns.

Sharing lived experience with keen observation.

On this Arizona Spotlight, hear three women who are telling vibrant stories across different mediums.

Air conditioning improvements begin at TUSD schools

The funding comes from a voter-approved bond passed last fall.

The Buzz: Re-using finite resources in Southern Arizona

People go to notable lengths to get as much as they can out of some of the area's limited resources

Monsoon storm activity picking up late in the week

Some areas in Southeastern Arizona could see wind gusts up to 70 miles per hour.

Public meeting will discuss new Sabino Canyon visitor center

The Thursday meeting will include a first look at initial plans for the redesign

Local businesses set up community water stations in the face of extreme heat

The new community partnership is an effort to keep unhoused Tucsonans safe.

Pima County heat-related deaths in June topped 2023's totals

Days with high temperatures also saw a notable increase from the previous year.

Pima County officials address challenges of homelessness following Supreme Court ruling

Local leaders highlight need for resources and humane solutions.

Arizona researchers tackle urban heat with innovative weather data collection

UA team partners with DOE’s Brookhaven Lab to study and mitigate extreme heat in the Southwest.

Why "Breaking Bread" is a different approach to political discussion.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How art can help with in-hospital healing; Luis Alberto Urrea on how his literature career began; and "Stories That Soar!" considers the meaning of love.

Community aid groups, local leaders react to US Supreme Court homeless encampment decision

The Supreme Court ruled Friday on Gates Pass vs. Johnson, saying anti-camping bans were not cruel and unusual punishment, even when homeless people have no other place to go.

PACC calling for temporary foster homes in preparation for Fourth of July

Individuals that foster a large dog for two weeks can receive $5 a day.

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